Short for Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets, SASS is a preprocessor scripting language that is compiled into CSS. There are two syntaxes to SASS. The first syntax is called “the indented syntax” and uses indentation to separate code blocks combined with newline characters to separate rules. The second syntax is called SCSS which uses braces to denote code blocks combined with semicolons to separate lines in a block. Regardless of which SASS syntax is used, SASS is known for being CSS compatible, feature rich, and industry approved.
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